Inscrit le: 16 Mar 2009
|Posté le: Lun 16 Mar - 18:43 (2009) Sujet du message: Rules !
|This is what you need to know. Violations of these rules will result in warnings, and possibly even suspensions or banning.
1. No Sexual Content Whatsoever: Despite some people's ignorant perception, tickling is not just a fetish. There is such a thing as perfectly innocent, playful tickling of children. It's a bonding experience between adult and child, or between children themselves, and helps promote good health in the child. No posts with any sexual, pornographic or suggestive content are to be posted. Violators will be banned immediately.
2. Tweens Only: This is Tween Tickling Canada; thus it is a place for subject matter about tweens; that is, kids between the ages of 8-13. However, we will allow a buffer of tolerance. So, nothing about kids under 0 or over 16.
3. Netiquette Applies: Flames, Flame-bait, Trolling and Bigotry are not allowed, and violations will be punished with warnings, suspensions and bans. Be polite to other members; post as if you were facing your recipient face-to-face, not as if you had something to hide behind.
For offences other than posting pornography or other sexual content, you will get a warning at first. You can get up to 3 warnings; after the 3rd, you will be suspended for 1 week. After a suspension, you can get one warning. The next offence after that warning will warrant a banning. Warnings expire 30 days after they are issued.
Please note that posting pornographic or other sexually-oriented content will earn you an instant ban. For the sake of this forum, pornographic pictures shall be defined as pictures with complete nudity, or lack of clothing in the pelvic region (and the breasts for pictures of girls showing breast development to any degree). It shall also include any pictures that present the subject's crotch or bottom in a lewd and/or suggestive manner, even if the subject is wearing clothes over said areas. If the management thinks that the lewdness/suggestibility of a particular photograph/image is unclear, or in a "grey area", the management will delete the photograph at its discretion and issue a warning.